Hey did you know I take pictures too? OK Go might be one of the most visually stunning bands on the circuit right now.
The latest review and photo feature of mine on melophobe.com is a review of the Justin Townes Earle + Joe Pug show @ Great Scott in Allston.
Thanks to the efforts of the guys behind the scenes @ melophobe, you can now embed the slide shows from our concert reviews in your various social pages! Booya!
We were lucky enough to get a Kodak Zi6 HD Pocket Cam from my parents for the occasion of Luke’s birth. We didn’t receive it in time for his actual birth, so I wanted to make the first proper video taken to be of him just to kind of christen the camera.
PortlandConcertPhotography.com was born of a love for music & photography, a canon 5d, a night of shooting blind pilot @ mississippi studios and a few hours over a three day span. simplicity is a rule for me and this site lets the user focus almost entirely on the work and nothing else.
dear industry, if you’re concerned about people taking your intellectual property and posting all over the internet you’re failing miserably. essentially what you’re doing is degrading the quality of free publicity for you and your talent. why wouldn’t you want as much free quality material out there about your product? this is the new world and it’s time to wake up and embrace it. the public, now more than ever, will make or break your image.
summary: NORTH shot, edited, wrote and produced this campaign video for now mayor Sam Adams. roles: assistant producer, crew, video editing, technical producer, photography
look it up. it will make sense. so here it is, at long last. the 897035th version of studionumbernine.com. hopefully only some minor tweaks to get this thing running like a fine oiled macheen and then i’ll be posting thoughts, ideas, pictures, videos and whateverthehellelse comes into my brain or across my desk(s). if you’re […]
i played some role in this whole thing… what it was exactly is undefinable. as usual. teso says: “Last week I had a showing at Equilibrium, the Human Mashup. The show’s goal was to ask “How can art and technology and the synergy of the two address humanity’s next evolutionary step?”. Being a staunch singularitarian […]